It’s often hard to know exactly what to expect when an artist is described as having a “religious conscious message”, but Daniell Nelson’s fresh and modern blend of jazzy soul is influenced with bouncy dub beats that make for an attention grabbing urban track.
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Common’s own brand of hip-hop is honest, provocative, and most of all bristling with confidence that fits his sharp rhymes and tight flow.
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Perfect pop in the style of Owl City and the Killers right here from Farewell, Manchester.
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Esthema’s Long Goodbye is a rich progressive rock record that harnesses classic and modern sounds.
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Classic bluesy soul. That’s the dish of the day from the Blue Light Bandits, with a generous side order of funk.
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Laced with woozy tremolo and everything you would expect from smooth country tinged soul, Billy Ray Diez’s ‘Rather Have Sooner’ lets loose the big guns.
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Red Monday play some serious classic rock, and with their latest self titled release, unleash their tunes for all the world to hear.
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Taking cues from Bruno Mars and throwing in a huge sprinkling of electro pop, Xavier Toscano’s new album Feel So Good is a party album full of bright lights and vibrant colours.
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Susto’s unique brand of alt.country americana throws away all the cares and worries of the day and invites you in to some carefree times.
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Taking cues from Chrissie Hynde and Zero 7, Mini Diaz delivers eclectic pop filled with passion and heart.
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